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Farmworker and Colonia Communities

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Taking Stock of Farmworker Needs in Florida - Survey identifies farmworker needs in Manatee County.

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 -   Report: Delivering Results to Colonias and Farmworker Communities

 
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Get help here on how to combine federal, state and local resources to improve services to people living in colonias and farmworker communities.

Learn more about farmworkers and colonias
Don't know what a "colonia" is? Want to know more about farmworkers? Read these facts.

Getting started
Learn how to become a non-profit, how to build your organization, and how to apply for HUD fund.

Funding
Learn about federal and state funding resources and how the funding cycles work.

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